Question about Car Audio & Video
First check wiring (plug to rear of CD player) and make sure it's connected and tight. They easily come loose. If tight, pull radio from dash and make sure data cable is tight to rear of radio. Lastly, pull rear seat and check fuses in aux fuse box (drivers side) More than likely it's a cable issue.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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